iS ay lakeside Band Leaders i Leading the Lilieiide High School band as majorelt.es for the 1965-68 school term at Lakeside 3'will be (from jtft to right) Ka'thy King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill King, majoretle, S:Sharon Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Lee, drum majorette, Linda Tullos, daughter of ."Mr. tad Mrs;-Johnie Tullos, majorette, and f r o n t ) Pam Dohnam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i, R. E. Dohnam, alternate. . (Photo by Patricia Roberts) Outstanding Shaw Grammar Students Named "SHAW --Jane-Farrish, prinl Ctpal of the" Shaw Elementary School has announced-the names of* fifty,. Â·. fIve students in grades one through six who made an Average of 90 or above for l last six weeks period of Ihe school term. They are: I-DAY SERVICE Let Us RENOVATE' Vonr OU MATTRESS Â· e Ceo Make It -Finn, Medium, Soft Â· YOB Get A Choke 01 Fabrict Â· Carton Mad* CLEMENTS MATTRESS COMPANY Hra* ED 14911 U2 Nelson St. First: Victor Faccini; Juan n Grcenice; David Ingram; Joe Lofton; Roland McClure; David Short;. Leigh Tapley, Larry Waitc; Cindy Courlne and James Rossetti. Second: Donna Goinspolctli Suzanne Houston; Arnold Am son; Chad IJenson; Jody Bi; son; Tommy Jacobs; Gene Roc setli. Tliird grade: Susan Thorn; Percy Lyncrmrd; Pam Court ney; and Kenneth Durastanti. Fonrlh grade: Gary Robin- ion; Donnie Rosselti; Nancy Short; Susan Bailey; Kathy M Murry; Charles Malatesta; J OLmi and Susan Simpson. Fifth grade: Vernon Pleasa Vern Avrilt; Carolyn Dean; Marilyn Gainspolelti; Mike Lynchard; Sammy Ann Montcsi; Beverly Muzzi; Jerry Nichols; Ronny Richa Mike Reginelli; Julie Searcy; Gene Vause; and Prissy . Tur er. Sixth grade: Dolores Cocilo va; Mary Lisa Cuicchi; Faye JMcMurry; Bobby Reginelli; Carol Roncoli; Joe Glenn Set lers; Geneva Taylor; Betty Low Weeks; Tommy Tapley; Mary Sellers; Danny Lyn- charti; Peggy Johnson; and Larry Brown. Fenton Saw Big Changes In 40-Year Teaching Career STAFFS AND (acuities of the Weathers Elementary and tijh Schools recently presented he retiring superintendent set of matched o i r luggage and a polaroid camera. The super- By JOHN GUILDS ROLLING FORK -- There vc been some big changes in e Rolling Fork Schools since 36 when retiring School pcrititendcnt H. G. Fenton me here to serve as its princi- 1. "enton, who will officially re- e June 30 after more than 40 ars in education, noted that e school had about 13 teachers structing about 280 students in 36. Today there are 40 teachers d 720 students, I'cnlon said. The curriculum has been ex- mded to include commercial ibjccts, vocational agriculture rational home economics and nd. The school has also add- [ulltime physical education ichors for its elementary and gh school sections and has ac- ired Â» full-time music teach- FENTON, superintendent of e Sharkey-Issaquena Line onsolidated School District for e post five years, was princi- al of RFHS in IM2 when the d school building burned loav- g little more t h a n the gymna- um. Since that time, (he buhM- igs have been reconstructed, i acres have been added to the ampus, two gymnasiums have ecn built and a new library nd cafeteria established. As superintendent, Fenton has Iso served as chief administrator iver the Henry Weathers (Negro) ichool. The Weathers Schoolis at- rtmded hy about 1,700 of the 2,300 Vegro Students in the district The school features a 6,000 - vol Jaslice Dep't. Files Restaurant Suits WASHINGTON UPI - The Justice Department filed lawsuits Friday to compel owner of two restaurants in Dublin, Ga., and three in Camden, S. to serve Negroes under terms of the Civil Rights Act. Atly. Gen. Nicholas Katzen- :ach announced the filing of separate complaints in U. S. district courts in Savannah, Co., and Columbia, S. C., charging that the eating places have re- 'used to serve Negroes on the same basis (hey serve white customers. Named as defendants in Dublin were Grace Hawkins Bush and Mrs. C. C. Hawkins Sr., who own and operate Ma Hawkins Cafe, and Paul L. Maxey and Lucille Maxey, who run and own the Green Leaf Restaurant. The Camden defendants are Kathline Perez and Francisco Anthony Perez, BLAKE Williams and Arthur P. Metrakos. The Justice Department has now filed a total of 10 lawsuits to desegregate public facilities. Friday's suits were the first of this type to be filed in Georgia or South Carolina. umc library, recently Ihe sub- cct of an article in the Deer Creek Pilot here. inlcndent also received a $2,981 lour of Europe at a recent II. G. Fenlon Day ceremonies. He sakl it was "overwhelming to hear lire kind words and receive Ihe gifls. Many made a sacrifice to do that, 1 know," Fenton said. The retiring superintendent, who formerly taught at French Camp and at Moorhead, recalled an era when teachers were sometimes hired with no college (education. He also noted that at one time he had served as principal teacher, coach and chaperone. * * + TEACEIERS lo-day don't have so many assignments," he said, "because educators have realized that it's humanly impossible to do justice to so many responsibilities." Fenton, who has been a Presbyterian elder for 28 years, said he and Mrs. Fenton "plan to spend the rest of our days here in Rolling Fork." Fenton will work as a cost analyst for the Kona firm, man- jufacturer of elastic in the Roll- hng Fork area. He said he would i lake Ihe job "just to have some thing to do." "It's not my na ure to sit around or fish all the " he said. BULOVA Mainsprings " 17 rr- ?Â·Â«..Â·Â·* Â· 'Â·m Time of Day Phone 2-6301 Cars come true... AUTO LOANS ARE EASIER TO ARRANGE Many car buyers arrange th.eir low-cost Auto Loans with us --in advance! It costs nothing extra, yet gives you the bargaining power of a cash buyer. If you're thinking about a new car, stop in at our bank to arrange your next Auto Loan in advance.. Save yourself steps and money! m mSl NATloW BANK //u Ui Member Federal Deposit Insurine* CorporitJOB Washington County's Oldest Bank Chartered IM7 Meintxr Federal Restrve Systra Mark Of Appreciation II. G. Fenton, retiring superintendent of the Sharkey-Issaquena Line Consolidated School District, holds a scroll of appreciation presented to him recently by the student body of Rolling Fork School. The scroll includes the signatures of all Ihe school's students. Fcnlon is retiring after 40 years in FEf^TON WILL also be kept busy part of Ihe year with his garden, something of a landmark in (he city. The retiring superintendent 'raises more than he and his wife can use and he distributes he surplus in a spirit of "say it with vegetables." The Fenlons have one son, John, who received his doctorate at Princeton and is presently an associate professor of religion at Pennsylvania State University. T h e i r daughter, Mrs. Bill Blew of Kansas City, Kan., is married to a district manager of the U, S; Gypsum Co. Delia Democrat-Times 20 Sunday, June 6, '65 FOR FULL INSURANCE SERVICE Â· FIRE EXTENDED COVERAGE Â· ALL TYPES OF LIABILITY Â«. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION Â· GROUP LIFE HEALTH Â· BONDS Waldaner Agency 118 S. Poplar ED H55S NIjM Coll ID 2-Â«M4 M ID 4-UU 5 No Money Down O.K. 50c WEEKLY SEC SMCIAIS IN OUR.WrNOOWS ctttHvmn tucFsr WATCH Dunn BUSCHS JB^ trial .i^uus-omcuue ^^^ 413 ^WASHINGTON AVE. 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